Monthly Archives: July 2015

Walking Effortlessly Into His Will

“O Lord, God of my master, Abraham, if you have decided to make my journey successful, may events unfold as follows…before I finished praying in my heart, along came Rebekah with her water jug on her shoulder!” (Genesis 24:14, 15, 43-45 NET) … Continue reading

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Betrothed to Christ


Image courtesy of scottchan, at FreeDigitalPhotos.net On my previous post, I alluded to what Paul called a mystery. He discovered that marriage covenant, more than a just physical union; it’s a shadow of the gospel truth (Eph. 5). But before … Continue reading

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Becoming One With Christ

Photo Credit: Wendy (Spirit Led, Part III) I started a series of blogs through which I share some of my struggles as a Christian within the walls of religion. So far, I’ve concluded that the church matrix was never intended … Continue reading

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Spirit Led

(Part II) There is no question that leaving 30+ years of church attendance has left a vacuum for intimate fellowship, mostly because that’s where we met most of our friends. Yet when we do have this camaraderie, some inevitably question … Continue reading

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Freedom

(Spirit Led, Part I) As I continue to share my heart on these blog posts, it’s only fair that I share my story in the context of freedom. Not only because we are turning the corner of our Independence Day … Continue reading

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